Introduction: Roy Rogers and Shirley Temple
Oh no! You're having a fiesta today, and you don't know what to serve! Never fear, Roy Rogers and Shirley Temple are here!
This Instructable will teach you how to make the drink often served in Mexican restaraunts. Roy Rogers is similer to a cherry Coke, and a Shirly Temple is made with Sprite.
Step 1: Los Materials
- Coke and Sprite (I used Fresca, same thing)
- Cherry Syrup
- Maraschino cherries
- 1 Tea spoon
- 2 glasses
Step 2: Roy Rogers Time!
First thing's first, add ice to your glass. Do this with an ice dispenser, or any creative way you can think of. Set the glass up onto a shelf and play ice basketball. Was that so hard? Now, open the coke (https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-open-a-sprite/ ).
Step 3: Pouring the Coke
Pour the coke into the glass. Don't miss.
Step 4: Turning a Simple Coke Into a Roy Rogers
Now we turn our boring Coke into a Roy Rogers. Pour your cherry syrup into a Teaspoon. Remember, this stuff is strong. A little goes a long way. You can add as much as you like, though. Pour the whole bottle in if you'd like! (yuck). Add this Teaspoon of sweet cherry goodness to your Coke. To finish, add in two or three Maraschino cherries.
Step 5: Shirley Temple Time!
Go through the same steps as a Roy Rogers, only this time with Sprite (or anything similer).
Step 6: Canadian Roy Rogers?
On one of my trips to Canada for a cousin's wedding, I walk up to the bartender and ask for a Roy Rogers. What he gives me is an orange drink, with an orange slice garnish. Mildly confused, I say thanks and take a sip. Here's what I think it was: Orange Juice with Canada Dry ginger ale. Is this correct?